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Horse Tracks 2/28/09

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DP - The Broncos' confirmed signings so far have been RBs Correll Buckhalter and J.J. Arrington, WR Jabar Gaffney, LS Lonie Paxton and S Renaldo Hill. DT Darrell Reid reached an agreement, while Denver is still trying to lock up S Brian Dawkins and LB Andra Davis. With the Paxton's arrival, Mike Leach will ask to be released.

DP - Denver also signed former CSU WR David Anderson, although he is a restricted free agent with the Texans, who will have one week to match. Should Houston decline, Denver will send Kubes a 7th-round choice in the upcoming draft.

NFP - Denver may be interested in Jim Leonhard if the Dawkins deal falls through.

NFL - Chris Canty has a lot of visits lined up, but Denver is not included.

NFL - Al Haynesworth and DeAngelo Hall got big $$$$$ from Washington. The Skins also have agreed to a deal with Derrick Dockery.

NFL - Cleveland dealt Kellen Winslow to Tampa for a 2nd-rounder in '09 and a 5th-rounder in '10.

ESPN - Kurt Warner is reportedly talking to the Cardinals and 49ers. Here's ESPN's roundup of other moves.

SI - It looks like Ray Lewis will be remaining in Baltimore.

NFL - Kerry Collins got $8.5 million in guarantees to stay in Tennessee.

Y! - Domonique Foxworth is heading home to Maryland to play with the Ravens.

NFL - After a lot of drama, Bart Scott finally decided to sign with the Jets.

NFL - The Jets have reportedly acquired Lito Sheppard for draft picks.

NFL - The Pats added Fred Taylor and traded Mike Vrabel to the Chefs.

NFL - Jon Vilma is staying in New Orleans

NFL - Takeo Spikes has re-signed with the 49ers, while Ryan Fitzpatrick has signed with the Bills.

NFL - Maurice Morris is heading to Detroit.

NFL - Chris Kemoeatu is back with the Steelers after flirtations with the Jets.

NFP - Jason Brown has reportedly signed with the Rams.

NFL - Chris Crocker re-signed in Cincinatti.

Y! - Charles Robinson gives his Day 1 winners and losers.

SI - Don Banks says Daniel Snyder hasn't learned his lesson yet.